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2004

Alimony from a Dead Man

In a feat akin to getting turnip blood, Shannon Fitzpatrick blazed a trail

Lyman Bullard's Wide World of Sports

A man who never stopped playing games

How to Handle a Merger

Bill Lee knew it was grow or languish for his firm, but the waters he had to navigate were filled with sharks

Is Randy Bodner the Bravest Lawyer in Boston?

After standing up to the Luchese organized crime family and the notoriously violent Medellin cocaine cartel, not much scares Randy Bodner these days

Portrait of the Artist as an Attorney

Forget about left-brain/right-brain and consider these whole-brain lawyers, who somehow manage to function at high levels in two distinctly different worlds: art and the law

The Problems of Sticking to Principle

What do you do when your client seems to stand for the opposite of everything you believe?

Jeff Newman Goes From Reporting the News to Making It

Where do you train to learn First Amendment rights? The National Enquirer, of course

The Trial Lawyer's Gift to America

After September 11, the threat of lawsuits hung over the American economy — until Leo Boyle and the trial lawyers took over